EE-DAH-HOW Chapter welcomes you!
Legend says our chapter’s name is a phrase the Shoshone Indians used to describe their beautiful home in Idaho. To them, EE-DAH-HOW meant “The sun comes down the mountain” or “It is morning."
Our Canyon County is bordered on the southwest by the great Snake River where Idaho Indians fished, hunted, and gathered for centuries before the white man came.
DAR's Objectives: To help preserve the memory and spirit of the men and women who achieved American independence, and to foster patriotic citizenship, love of our country, and respect for our flag and Constitution.
Meetings: Our meetings are on the first Saturday of each month, September to June. If you are interested in attending a meeting as a guest, please contact us.
Membership: If you are 18 or over, have a Revolutionary ancestor, and can document your descendancy, we are happy to help you with your application for membership. Please contact us for assistance.